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, it's not working today. >> maybe that's just me. >> coming up on "new day," new fbi information on a mole who had access to osama bin la din eight years before the attacks. we'll give you the latest. >>> also ahead, she sure sounds like she's running. hillary clinton delivering a big speech in florida. did we just witness a preview of 2016? female announcer ] we eased your back pain, you turned up the fun. tylenol® provides strong pain relief while being gentle on your stomach. but for everything we do, we know you do so much more. tylenol®. you're an emailing, texting, master of the digital universe. but do you protect yourself? ♪ apparently not. when you access everything, you give everyone access to everything about you. but that's ok. while you do your thing... [ alert rings ] we'll be here at lifelock, doing our thing. watching out for things your credit card alone can't. [ alert rings ] and relentlessly protecting your identity. get lifelock protection and live life free. [ alert rings ] what is this place? where are we? this is where we bring together the fastest inte
de que no hablaban inglÉs. esta semana se les dio la razÓn. el fbi arrestÓ a seis oficiales por corrupciÓn, entre ellos, el ex jefe de policÍa y su reemplazo en el cargo, cientos de vehÍculos de migrantes hispanos habÍan sido confiscados y luego vendidos por los policÍas, muchos dicen sentirse aliviados. >> esperamos que se haga algo. >> la investigaciÓn dice que los policÍas detenían inmigrantes por algo quitarles los autos, y lo revolcaban -remolcaban con la empresa del hermano del entonces jefe. >> la primera vez que me lo quitÓ,el policÍa me dijo que ni Él tenÍa un auto así, para que yo lo pudiera tener. >> a Él le quitaron su auto cuatro veces, hasta que no lo pudo volver a sacar. para quienes persiguen patrullando las calles estos son dÍas difíciles. >> la comunidad ha perdido la fe en el departamento de policÍa, eso me afecta mucho a mÍ, porque yo he dedicado muchos aÑos y quiero ayudar a la comunidad. >> recuperar esa confianza tomarÁ tiempo, la investigaciÓn aÚn no termina. >> millones se preparan para asistir a la canonizaciÓn de dos papas,ser
the justice department, and the fbi in this case have actually maybe since the 1960's, tracked the press. >> two journalists recently discussed the disturbing trend. if we cannot provide confidentiality and if that confidentiality can be threatens in court, they will not be willing to too reveal what is going on in the government. >> that issue between the press and the government yielded a surprising result in reporters without borders latest world press freedom index. for more nan a decade, the organization has sent questionnaires to selected journalists researchers and human rights activists in 180 countries. the index considers media independent the environment in which reporters work, and transparency of government and private institutions that effect news gathering. this year, fin hand, the nether-land, and norway lead the list. but the u.s. regarded by many as the world's leading democracy, ranked 46th. one wrung above haiti. but questions the low rating for the u.s. >> i think overall, american journalists have very powerful protections, not the least of which is the everybody re
and determine where it will be here that is what the nro does. very valuable role. the fbi and the department of homeland security are both concerned with threats and terrorist organizations and other things that could threaten the u.s. the work with state and local governments. the treasury department is concerned with financial intelligence. you have the drug enforcement agency. the energy department, which is where my security concerns currently reside. it looks after nuclear matters and energy matters. we also have each of the five armed forces has his own intelligence branch. you put all of that together. it comes to 16. the problem with the silos -- we learned from 9/11 that all of that intelligence was never brought together. retrospectively, we look back and saw all of the clues, all of the pieces were there and were never put into a coherent whole. we need integrated intelligence. on a more practical level of why you need integrated intelligence, i have a friend i went to graduate school with. he was commander of a summer rain. he was given an order to go photograph a brand-new ship
down to the fbi and gets, you know, some of the latest -- what the latest threats are on terrorism and so on. some of the biggest cases that they have going. so it is a pretty long day that he has. and as you said there's been a lot of speculation as to how long he was going to stay in the job. he says that he wasn't intending to serve all two terms of president obama. he told us in an interview in november that he expected to stay well into this year in the office. so there's a lot of speculation that perhaps later this summer we might find out of his plans to leave. but he does say he loves his job. it's the best job he's ever had. and he's defied a lot of skeptic who is thought he wouldn't last this long. >> and he's in the news, evan, almost every day. over the last few weeks alone on the issue of marijuana in states saying the federal government will not impose federal laws in states that have legalized marijuana. just this week on issues particularly concerning gay rights he said the state attorney general should not have to defend laws that they do not feel are constitutiona
by an fbi agent. matthew lineza allegedly made connection with the undercover agent because he was hoping to connect with the taliban after touching off civil unrest in the u.s. there was a plea agreement taken into account his history of mental illness. >>> a huge settlement could exceed $80 million after a lawsuit claimed it damages graves and dumped human remains. the lawsuit accuses eden memorial park of breaking burial vaults to make room for new graves and trying to maximize profits by squeezing graves in, leaving at most 3 inches of space between them. the cemetery owner in this case denied any wrongdoing. >>> new concerns over a radiation leak at a nuclear dump in new mexico. officials say they're not sure how much radiation workers were exposed to during the february 14th leak. preliminary tests show 13 workers inhaled radioactive particles, but more tests are planned to get a greater understanding of any potential health issues. the dump is located outside of carlsbad in southeastern new mexico. >>> coming up, the price of advertising on oscar night hits a record high. "money ti
. i've met with homeland security, fbi to try to resolve this iss issue. and unfortunately to say since i've been asking questions, it seems to be getting worse. i'll discuss it with you privately. it's not your responsibility but again tsa does have some bearing his i just want to discuss a we deprived that i do want to cause any other extra problems to the person by mentioning his name publicly. >> glad to take up for the record. >> let me also say i agree with the jurisdictional problems. i think it detracts from your mission. it's something i would like to fix. we have a hearing scheduled on this issue, and the aspen institute he met with a very good video called homeland confusion or so with that i recognize the gentle way from texas, ms. sheila jackson lee. >> thank you very much, mr. chairman, for the string. secretary, again thank you for your commitment to service. and might i just echo two of my preceding colleagues, it would be great if we ourselves self regulated ourselves with respect to the streamlining of committees that address the question of homeland security. so
of the issue. >>> a brit has been charged with hacking into nasa and the fbi. >>> gap reporting a bigger than expected profit in its holiday quarter. but the retailer which operates old navy and banana republic warns unfavorable exchange rates are ahead. gap shares trading lower in frankfu frankfurt, right now down 0.8%. shares of decker outdoor, the maker of ugg boots is seeing a big drop in after hours trade. it expects a first quarter lost, despite strong sales over the christmas period. shares trading lower in frankfurt, too, down 12%. >> with the cold weather, they might have done a bit better. people are buying serious arctic snowshoes. >> they're black, instead of color. >> they go dirty and dungy. maybe the weather was too bad. >> save your uggs for the better weather. >> meanwhile, shares of monster beverage get ago jolt after the bell. the company reported higher sales than expected with energy drinks. monster beverage saw its profits soar by 12% during the three months ending in december. shares in frankfurt are up 1.3%. >> let's give you a look at what's on today's agenda in the u
with the nsa, having a government agency other than than the nsa hold the data, like the f.b.i. or putting in the hands of an entity that doesn't have roles with the government. >> 4 million signups have happened in obamacare since last month. the president hopes to meet an unofficial goal by the end of march. enrollment had gotten off to a pretty slow start in october last year because of several glitches in the one site. some states encountered problems, as well. one state is california, it's marketplace had a potential security flaw in the security system. the error was only revealed recently, more than three months after the site launched. officials say no consumer information was compromised. >> the president and house speaker john boehner say they are looking to find common ground after butting heads over the years, both men sitting down in the oval office for their first one and one meeting since 2012. they say the their meeting was constructive, they discussed immigration reform, the affordable care act, california's drought and flood insurance. analysts say it is unlikely we will
in the current issue of "foreign ," that goes over some of the other failed projects. the fbi wasted hundreds of millions of dollars on their computer systems. the contracting system is broken. caller is right in that the obama administration did delay everything until after the 2012 election, not just software projects, but anything coming out of the federal government was grounded to a halt as they were justifiably worried that the republicans would seize on anything to try to be the president over the head. they slowcal reasons, things down. that does not answer the question as to why after the 2012 election they did not move on a more accelerated basis to try to get this thing going. when it was clear that it needed to be delayed and needed beta testing, they should have delayed it. i heard from someone in the white house that they could have delayed it. i could have allowed the navigators and other parts of health care enrollment to move forward, but delay the websites for a couple of months until it was ready. failure to do that is inexplicable. one part i would disagree with the caller
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